Can men really talk about their feelings?
Four participants in a men’s group go on a weekend retreat deep in the bush. They try to use music to access their emotions, but nothing goes to plan.
Grievances and secrets emerge that only serve to fuel the tension in the group as the men confront the reality of their emotional and physical isolation. Not only are the men under siege from each other, but from their feelings…
Will the men remain divided and defeated or will they find a way out and a way forward?
This confronting and suspense-filled drama comes from Perth playwright Tom Jeffcote. It explores masculinity in modern-day Australia.
AUSLAN interpreted performance: Thursday 30 April
Recommended for audiences 16+
Writer + Director + Co-Producer: Tom Jeffcote // Co-Producer: Electra Reissi // Featuring: Danen Engelenberg, Matthew Kiely, Joel Sammels & Ben Weirheim // Set Designer: Sally Phipps // Lighting Designer: Chris Donnelly // Sound Designer: William Langdale // Stage Manager: Emily Stokoe // Publicity + Marketing: Kimberley Fulton
The development of Armour was supported by Stages WA
Image: Xahlia Jeffcote & Desmond Tan